Wed, 24 Feb|
Recognising a suicide threat, the levels of risk and how to respond
This training programme uses an asset-based community development approach. It is not therapy-based, it is about gaining information and is aimed at local people networked within their own communities who want to learn more about recognising suicide threats.
Time & Location
24 Feb 2021, 10:00 – 14:30
About the Event
Training will be delivered by Community Change Trainers: Lourdes Colclough and Emma Quintal
This session will cover; learning how to actively listen to someone with suicidal ideation and recognising the levels of risk.
If you would like to talk to someone following a death, Cruse can support you. You can remain anonymous or provide your name, whichever you prefer.
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